Dubai / Emirates Business
Under the patronage of His Highness Sheikh Hamdan bin Mohammed bin Rashid Al Maktoum, Crown Prince of Dubai and Chairman of Dubai Executive Council, the 13th edition of ‘Hemaya International Forum & Exhibition on Drug Issues’ will be held from the February 11-12 at the Dubai International Convention and Exhibition Centre (DICEC), under the theme ‘Foreseeing the Future of the Global Combat of Narcotic Drugs and Psychotropic Substances: Predictions, Preparations and Prevention Strategies for 2030’.
Commenting on the significance of the 13th Hemaya International Forum & Exhibition on Drug Issues, HE Major General Ibrahim Khalil Al Mansoori, Assistant Commandant for Criminal Investigations Affairs at Dubai Police and Vice Chairman of Hemaya Higher Committee, said: “Today, government and private institutions across the region need to develop long term proactive solutions, adopt new polices, develop a new framework and keep abreast with the latest developments, especially in overcoming the complex issues of drugs, in order to implement proper treatment mechanisms and make efforts to rehabilitate those affected by drug issues.”
This came during a press conference that was held by Dubai Police represented by Hemaya International Training Center, and INDEX Conferences and Exhibitions – a member of INDEX Holding, in the presence of HE Major General Muhammad Saeed Al Marri, Assistant Commandant for Community Happiness and Logistics and member of Hemaya Higher Committee and a number of
officials and media representatives.
HE Major General Muhammad Saeed Al Marri stated, “In its 13th edition, Hemaya International Forum & Exhibition on Drug Issues aims to identify key developments in the fight against drug
issues. The forum will also explore the various international cooperation mechanisms involved in combating global drug abuse”.
Colonel Khalid bin Moyazeh , Deputy Director of the General Department of Anti-Narcotics, said that “on the sidelines of the forum, an exhibition will take place attracting more than 40 participating organisations from the region and the world, showcasing the latest products and services.